Usability & UX of sentences

long sentences (more in the gallery, 2):

On smartphone Galaxy S10, Android 10 OS (by Bryan_):

word wrap:

More sentences than necessary are used as reference: (1, 2):

one letter (633978):

long words:


unrelated language included (570302):

which part to cloze:

  • i morgen: {{i morgen}}
    • NOT: ‘{{i}} morgen’ or ‘i {{morgen}}’
  • i morges: {{i morges}}
  • i aften: {{i aften}}
  • cykelhjelm: {{cykelhjelm}} {{cykel}}hjelm cykel{{hjelm}}
  • engelsklærer: {{engelsklærer}} {{engelsk}}lærer engelsk{{lærer}}
  • vaskemaskine: {{vaskemaskine}} {{vaske}}maskine vaske{{maskine}}
  • T-shirt: {{T-shirt}}

to cloze or not to cloze?

  • en/et
  • names (Tom, Mary, Google, Nancy, Columbus)
  • nonsense sentences
    • Colorless green ideas sleep furiously.
    • A glock coozdre has steckly boodled a boker and is curding a bokerlet.

What do you think of long sentences? tldr?
What about sentences that contain lists? (eg They chose A, B, C, D, and E.)
Should there be a limit to sentence length/type?

long sentences, list sentences:

  • sentence not contained within viewport
  • word buttons (1,2,3,4) not contained within viewport
  • missing word takes longer to identify
  • sentence is hard to read
  • interrupts flow